Russian Sage - Perovskia atriplicifolia

Russian Sage - Perovskia atriplicifolia

Thelma H.
This is an old version of a Russian Sage plant made a few years ago for a project. I created this very quickly to fill a need, so it's not the best quality compared to the updated version which I'll be releasing in an upcoming commercial pack. It should do the trick from a distance however and be convincing in a landscape design. Plant Description Tall, airy, spike-like clusters create a lavender-blue cloud of color above the finely textured, aromatic foliage. This vigorous, hardy, heat-loving and drought tolerant plant resists deer and pests. A superb companion for perennials, succulents and ornamental grasses. Deciduous. Design Ideas Although it is from Russia, this lovely airy plant has the rangy character of Western sagebrush. Use it in dry landscapes with other desert plants or in gardens filled with natives. Very nice background in the cottage garden. A valuable plant for the Santa Fe style or even as a Mediterranean plant for that Tuscan garden of your dreams. Plant as singles, in clusters to intensify its presence, or in a linear mass for knot gardens or small divider hedges.
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